Arizona in Ancient Egypt – Study Abroad

Catalog Label:
CLAS/ANTH/MENA 400 & 500
Course Category:
Other Archaeology and Anthropology Courses
Level:
Both Undergraduate and Graduate
Year Offered:
2016
Semester or Session:
First Summer Session
Offering Notes:
Applications due by February 1st annually.
Instructors:
Pearce Paul Creasman
Venue:
Various - takes place in Egypt.
Home Page: Units:
3
Prerequisite:
Instructor permission.

Course Description

This is a study abroad course that takes place entirely in Egypt. This course will provide an examination of the sites that were most critical to the development of ancient Egyptian civilization. This course will survey the archaeological evidence to explore each site’s (or clustered group of sites) importance. Chronological emphasis will be from the Predynastic Period through the New Kingdom. Illustrated lectures will be delivered in advance of site/museum visits. Apply here: https://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/arizona-ancient-egypt Limited to 10 students. Will occur June 1st to June 17th in 2017.